Beach Based Camping Destinations in North America

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Summary: There are many camping destinations in North America. If you visit them during the off season time, you can have the whole place for yourself. Check about the fees levied by these beach destinations.
Camping happens to be one of the best experiences that you can ever have. There are many families who enjoy going on vacations. Camping can add to the thrill of vacationing which even fancy hotels might not be able to do. There is nothing like spending a weekend beside nature. Moreover, camping is ideal for even those small children. Beach camping is a hot favorite in the summer months. There are many places in North America where you may camp by the beach. It is really tough to choose from amongst them all. Most beach camping sites do charge some fees. This varies from one beach to another.

 

Description of Some Camping Destinations

The Jalama Beach in Santa Barbara County Park is amongst the most distinct campsites of North America. If you happen to visit this place during off season, you have the opportunity to have the whole beach to yourself. The beauty of nature seems amazing. Summer season is the exact opposite. You may find that you are in line to get to one of the 98 beach sites during the early hours of the day. However, the land around this beach is quite huge. Hence, even when these sites are filled the beach does not appear crowded. You can also have the well known Jalama Burgers.

 

Leo Carillo State Beach California is a state park that has nearly a mile of ocean ahead with two regions of sandy beach. In addition, there are many smaller coves that you can explore at will. It has everything from sea caves to tide pools. There are nearly 135 sites within this park. In addition, there is one tiny general store within this campground to meet your necessities. You can engage in several activities such as fishing, hiking, swimming, scuba diving, surfing and many more. The Refugio State Beach is another campsite located at western Santa Barbara. The most distinct aspect of this beach is its palm trees which you can see everywhere.

 

Campsites are present on both the sides of Refugio Creek. However, this creek runs only during the rainy months. There are only limited numbers of sites on this beach. Hence, reservation is recommended before visiting this beach. The Gaviota State Park travels above the canyon of this beach. This place has over 41 well developed campsites which permit trailers and tents. This happens to be a highly famous site for scuba diving and fishing. In addition, there is a small snack counter and a pier along with restrooms. Though there is a train track nearby and some freight trains keep traveling along the tracks, you will not hear any noise.

 

 

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